Tom McCabe's Genealogy

Thomas SNOW, Jr1757

Name
Thomas SNOW, Jr
Birth November 29, 1757 27

Note: From the Winston Dalton Journal, Thos Snow was born November 29th 1757
Birth
Birth of a sisterMary SNOW
about 1760 (Age 2 years)
Death of a paternal grandfatherHenry SNOW
after 1765 (Age 7 years)

MarriageRachel BENNETTView this family
October 10, 1781 (Age 23 years)

Note: From Bob Snow, March 13, 2007:
Death of a fatherThomas SNOW
1781 (Age 23 years)
Death of a sisterMary SNOW
between 1805 and 1811 (Age 47 years)
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
younger sister
brother
brother
himself
brother
brother
sister
Family with Rachel BENNETT - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: October 10, 1781
son

Birth

From the Winston Dalton Journal, Thos Snow was born November 29th 1757

Marriage

From Bob Snow, March 13, 2007:

"... but it looks like the Rachel Bennet-Thomas Snow Jr. union in Oct. 1781, in Bedford Co. Virginia is a definite. They lived in Leesville Va. "

and

" Thomas Snow, Jr., married Rachel, daughter of Peter and Frances Bennett in 1781; a letter filed with their marriage bond, dated Oct. 27, 1781, is as follows:

'To the Clerk of Bedford Court, Sir: Please to grant the Lysence of Marriage between Thomas Snow and Rachel Bennett, and this our note shall prevent dammidges occurring. In witness whereof we have set our hands and seals," signed Rachel Bennett, Sr., Elizabeth Perry, Frances F. Bennett: Thomas Adams, security for Thos. Snow's marriage bond.' "

Note

CAMPBELL CHRONICLES and FAMILY SKETCHES

Embracing the History of CAMPBELL COUNTY, VIRGINIA 1782-1926 By R. H. EARLY Thomas, Jr., and Mark Snow, sons of Thomas, Sr., and Winifred Snow, served at the battle of Guilford C. H., with Richard Walden; Thomas Snow, under Capt. James Rice and Mark under Capt. Jacobus Early, in Col. Charles Lynch's regiment. Mark Snow later married Elizabeth Torrence. Sold 115 acres of land (beginning at a line patented by Henry Snow to Watery branch) to Capt. Jacobus Early and moved to Georgia a power of attorney being sent from Wilkes county, Ga., in accordance with an act "enabling persons living in other countries to dispose of their estates in this commonwealth with more ease and convenience." Mark Snow settled in Gwinnett county, Ga.

 Richard Snow, born 1754, was a Revolutionary pensioner, aged 81 years, in 1835.

 James Snow patented 167 acres on both sides of Crab Apple Tree branch in 1780;
and John Snow patented 30O acres along Ward's Ferry road on the heads of east
branches of Troublesome creek. Children of Thomas and Winifred Snow were:

-William, Thomas, John Henry, and Mark; daughters Sally Adams and Mary Bennett.